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Hello friends and a belated happy new year to all of you!
We hope your 2011 will be filled with health, joy and lots and lots of focused, uninterrupted creative work! May the flow be with you. 😉
Before we get to the details of today's release, I'd like to mention what we've been up to since we last spoke.
Here's what's new in today's Mockups release:
Easy! Just install from our download page on top of your current installation. You won't have to re-register.
As always, if you hit any snags with the new build let us know immediately and we'll fix it right up! 🙂
For posterity, these are the version numbers of today's release:
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Colin, the break-line component is a hack, so it won’t be perfect, especially when you resize. I think it goes with the rough look of Mockups though. 🙂 It’ll be close, but you may have to tweak.
I’m looking forward to wider availability of myBalsamiq and ready to start using it with the team here.
Congratulations on another great release. I downloaded Michael’s breakline stencil http://mockupstogo.net/break-line and they didn’t quite connect. Updating to the newest version fixed it :).
Andreas, 2.0.12 is a fix for an icon position bug when used with borders. Everything else is the same.
Great release. But I just found that you’ve released a newer version already, 2.0.12. Are you planning on posting short release notes on this as well?
Hi, just a reminder that some of us are following your writings not for product news, we may never have used it, but for insights into running a small software company and it seems to have been a while since we had news of sales, problems, rewards, etc. Or have they moved to another blog? Cheers, Ralph.